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  1. Principal Secretary, Higher Education department has cited 'COVID-19 related dislocation' as a reason for not taking up the proposal of introducing NCC as a general elective subject in universities and autonomous colleges in Odisha from this year. 
  2. The Odisha Municipal Rules (Amendment) Bill 2021 was tabled in the State Assembly on Monday. The introduction of the bill comes at a time when the elections are scheduled to be held next year.
  3. Around Rs 25.34 crore in penalty has been collected from motorists for traffic rule violations in Bhubaneswar-UPD from 2020 till Aug 2021. While Rs 13.50 crore had been collected in the whole of 2020, Rs 11.83 crore was collected till August this year.
  4. Ila–Bansidhar Panda Kala Samman for 2021 has been announced. Noted painter Jagdish Kanungo and eminent Ghumura artiste Jayanta Behera have been selected to receive the prestigious award.
  5. Addressing the House during the on-going monsoon session of the State legislature, Pujari said, the per capita loan burden has increased to Rs 23,761 in 2021-22 as against Rs 9,144 in 2011-12.
  6. A total of 25 of 30 districts in Odisha have received deficit rainfall between -59% and -20 % in the last three months.
  7.  Total 11,456 posts are lying vacant in Odisha Police by August 1, 2021, informed State Home Minister Dibya Shankar Mishra today. Replying to a query asked by Jashipur MLA Ganesh Ram Singh Khuntia in the monsoon session
  8. Two teachers from Odisha -- Ashok Kumar Satpathy and Ajit Kumar Sethy -- were conferred with the prestigious National Awards on the occasion of Teachers' Day today.
  9. A smog tower is a structure designed as large-scale air purifiers to reduce pollution particles in surrounding areas.  Delhi will get its second smog tower which is scheduled to be launched near the Anand Vihar metro station
  10. The Supreme Court on Monday warned the Narendra Modi government of contempt proceedings if it failed to take steps to immediately fill 250 vacancies in various tribunals.
  11. Delhi University  is set for phased opening of colleges, departments and centres. On Monday, it issued a notification suggesting the theory classes for all the Under-Graduate (UG) and Post Graduate (PG) would be continued online till further order. For laboratory and practical classes, the UG and PG students will be able to come to departments and colleges on voluntary basis from 15th September.
  12. Bharatiya Kisan Sangh (BKS) will stage a protest and a dharna at 600 districts headquarters to demand guarantee of ''profitable price'' for agriculture crop grown by small farmers from the government on September 8.
  13. The internet services on mobile devices were restored in eight of the 10 districts in the Kashmir valley on Monday, police said.
  14. The Supreme Court Monday said that its registry will issue notice to the Centre on the lawsuit filed by the West Bengal government alleging that CBI is going ahead with investigation without securing the pre-requisite nod from the state under the law
  15. India aims to ramp up its medical oxygen production capacity to 15,000 tonnes per day before a potential third wave of coronavirus infections that is expected to hit the country as soon as mid-September, an industry executive said.

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